Do you love your favourite soft drink but want to cut down on your sugar intake? Well did you know that all our sparkling soft drinks have a reduced sugar or sugar-free buddy?
Take Coca-Cola Zero Sugar - its new and improved recipe means it tastes even more like Coca-Cola Classic. Under its previous name of Coca-Cola Zero, 5 in 10 people didn’t know that the drink actually contained zero sugar. We’re now actively encouraging more people to make a
Sugar! It’s an ingredient we read and hear a lot about. But did you know that Coca-Cola Zero Sugar contains absolutely no sugar at all? Here are five more facts about the way we're helping you enjoy less sugar...
1. We have a reduced or no-sugar, no-calorie option for almost all our drinks
Want your favourite drink, but don’t want the sugar? No problem.
We offer more than 80 drinks across 20 different brands in Great Britain, which includes great-tasting,
Phosphoric acid helps give Coca-Cola its tartness. Phosphoric acid is a safe and approved food ingredient.
Phosphoric acid contains a small amount of the mineral phosphorus, which is found widely in nature and plays an important role in how our bodies get energy. It is also a major component of bones and teeth. You can find phosphorus in foods like chicken, tomatoes, meat and fish.
We know that many people who enjoy our drinks are keen to cut down on the calories that come from sugar, which is why 36% of our sales volume in the UK are either sugar free or low in sugar. All our drinks have nutritional and RI labelling so you can make the right choice about which drink is right for you.
The following drinks do not contain any added sugar:
Coca‑Cola Zero Sugar
Coca-Cola Zero Cherry
Diet Coke with cherry
Diet Coke with
15 Aug 2014
Dr Pepper today launches a new digital marketing campaign, targeting its core 16 to 24 audience with a fun pick-a-path comedy adventure, created by a roster of YouTube stars. The campaign, created by MediaCom Beyond Advertising and Channel Flip, will offer a fresh take on Dr Pepper’s iconic ‘What’s The Worst That Could Happen?’ creative, working with popular YouTube channel presenters as media partners to produce the video epic. Comedian and YouTuber